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Old 03-17-10, 01:45   #1
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I have a stock ECU, and was only aware of the Triumph Off-Road (TOR) tune until just recently when I heard of the Arrow tune being able to be loaded onto the stock ECU by a dealer? What is the difference between the two tunes? I have a slip-on LeoVince exhaust, and currently have the TOR tune on my ECU. Will I get better power from the Arrow tune, or is the difference between the 2 going to be very subtle? Thanks.
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no the arrow tune is for a full exhaust


the tor tune is for a slip on


arrow will not work with your pipe
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The TOR tune suits slip-on cans/mufflers/call them what you will.

The full Arrow tune is suited to the full Arrow system - so no CAT, no EXUP, and preferably a hi-flow air filter.

So nup, stick with the TOR.


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want mo power, just buy a power commander and take it to a dynojet dyno to have it tuned. You will be amazed!!
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I am seriously considering a PCIII, I just don't know of anyone in the area that has the capabilities to custom tune Triumphs. I would NOT want to be the first Triumph to roll through the tuning service, something about experimenting with my bike doesn't settle well with me.
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And thanks for the help, I appreciate it. I had been browsing through a few of the posts here and saw something about the Arrow tune and it sparked my interest because I'm a never-ending-power-hungry-monster
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And thanks for the help, I appreciate it. I had been browsing through a few of the posts here and saw something about the Arrow tune and it sparked my interest because I'm a never-ending-power-hungry-monster

Will it effect my bikes performance if I fit a arrow slip on and not alter the current stock tune???
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Will it effect my bikes performance if I fit a arrow slip on and not alter the current stock tune???
yes it will effect performance.

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+ shit sound.

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Will it effect my bikes performance if I fit a arrow slip on and not alter the current stock tune???
just upload the TOR tune, i have used the same map for my arrow and CW exhaust, only thing you will get is backfire close throttle that's normal.

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